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Beckett, Amos lift Shadyside.

SHADYSIDE — Korey Beckett drained three 3-pointers on his way to a game-high 24 points Tuesday night as Shadyside raced past Bridgeport, 96-35, in boys’ high school basketball action inside the Tiger Den. Bryce Amos added 21 points for the Tigers, who were 13 of 13 from the free throw line. Jacob Visnic added 19

Shadyside Pulls Away From Linsly, 47-31

Hendershot scores 12 in 4th quarter JAN 7, 2020, CODY TOMER Sports Writer ctomer@theintelligencer.net   WHEELING — Good defense leads to good offense and Shadyside’s Tory Hendershot knows a thing or two about both. Shadyside’s defense forced Linsly into 21 turnovers on Monday night and Hendershot bucketed a team-high 14 points as the Tigers pulled

Wrestling Team hosts own Tournament

Bridgeport wins Shadyside mat title JAN 6, 2020 KIM NORTH   SHADYSIDE — Bridgeport, with three individual champions and eight placers, ran away with the team title Saturday at the annual Shadyside Last Man Standing pool-style wrestling tournament. The Bulldogs piled up 206 points to easily outdistance the 13-team field as Harrison Central was a

Martins Ferry holds off Shadyside

JAN 5, 2020 RICK THORP Times Leader Sports Writer SHADYSIDE — As Derek Edwards conducted a shootaround Saturday morning, he reminded his team that Shadyside, that night’s opponent, reveled in strong starts. That was true Friday night, as the Tigers put up 24 first-quarter points en route to besting Monroe Central on the road. So,

Shadyside staves off Monroe Central rally

JAN 4, 2020, RICK THORP Times Leader Sports Writer rthorp@timesleaderonline.com WOODSFIELD — Shadyside and Monroe Central staged a tense final couple of minutes Friday night on Junior Winland Court. But when the dust settled, the Tigers emerged victorious, 70-67, after leading by as many as nine with about a minute remaining. “We missed a lot

Shadyside Girls Hold Off Wheeling Central

KIM NORTH, JAN 3, 2020 SHADYSIDE — Not all victories are going to be masterpieces. Thursday night’s clash between Wheeling Central and Shadyside certainly wasn’t. However, Tigers head coach Serge Gentile didn’t care after watching his squad earn a regular-season sweep of the visiting Maroon Knights by a 64-61 count. “Every win is important, but

LADY TIGERS DROP SECOND STRAIGHT – BACK TO THE FRIENDLY CONFINES OF THE DEN ON THURSDAY VS. WHEELING CENTRAL

Story by Seth Staskey, Sports Editor, The Times Leader MORRISTOWN — Schools are still on break for the holidays until next week, but Union Local’s girls basketball team passed another test with flying colors. Actually, it aced its toughest test to date. Balanced scoring, consistency and rebounding proved to be the determining factors once again as

Tiger Boys Cruise Past Bellaire

Story by Kim, North of The Times Leader  SHADYSIDE — The heat wasn’t the only thing that was blazing inside the Tigers Den Friday night. Shadyside blistered the nets at a 72 percent clip in the first half in running out to a big lead and cruising past Ohio 7 rival Bellaire. The Tigers (5-2)

STRONG SECOND HALF SPARKS WHEELING PARK PAST LADY TIGERS

Article by Bubba Kapral, Executive Sports Editor, CADIZ — Wheeling Park and Shadyside met in the featured game of the second annual Wheeling Hospital Women’s Health Holiday Classic at Harrison Central High Saturday afternoon. The Patriots and Tigers did not disappoint in what turned out to be a tale of two halves. Shadyside was the